9th Annual Biomarkers Congress
IV Congress of the International Society of Nutrigenetics/Nutrigenomics ISNN
Baluarte. Palacio de Congresos y Auditorio de Navarra
Plaza del Baluarte
Pamplona, Comunidad Foral de Navarra
http://www.isnn2010navarra.com
   Deadlines
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     *  Abstract Deadline:
       1st August 2010

     *  Registration Deadline:
       20th November 2010


   Speakers
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   New Challenges area:

   Artemis P. Simopoulus (The Center for Genetics, Nutrition, and Health,
   Washington, USA ) Dominique Langin (Laboratory of Obesity Research,
   Toulouse, France) Louis Perusse (Laval University, Quebec, Canada)
   Antonio Velázquez (Universidad Autónoma de Mexico, Mexico City,
   Mexico) Claude Bouchard (Penington University, Baton Rouge, USA ) Wim
   Saris (Maastrich University, Maastrich, The Neederlands) […]
   Cardiovascular and Lipids area: Raffaele De Caterina (Chieti, Italy)
   Dolores Corella (University of Valencia, Spain) Nikos Yiannakouris
   (Harokopio University of Athens, Greece) Jing X Kang (Harvard Medical
   School, Boston, USA ) Charles Serhan (Harvard Medical School, Boston,
   USA ) […] Diabetes area: Claudine Junien (National Institute of Health
   and Medical Research, Paris, France) Denis Lairon (University of
   Marsella, France) MarÃa Jesús Moreno (University of Navarra,
   Pamplona, Spain) Christiane Carpené (University Paul Sabatier
   Toulouse III , Touluse, France) […] Cancer area: John A Milner
   (National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, USA ) Lynnette R Ferguson
   (University of Auckland, New Zealand) Fernando Corrales (Center for
   Applied Medical Research, Pamplona, Spain) Antonio Moschetta (Santa
   Maria Imbaro, Chieti, Italy) […] Inflammation area: J. Alfredo
   MartÃnez (University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain) Paul Trayhurn
   (University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK) Peter Arner (Karolinska
   Institute, Sweden) […] Personalized nutrition area: Allison Yates
   (Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center, Maryland, USA ) Edith
   Feskens (National Institute of Public Health and the Environment,
   Bitthoven, The Neederland) Julie A. Lovegrove (University of Reading,
   UK) Kaisa Poutanen (University of Eastern Finland, Finland) […]
   Epigenetics area: Robert A. Waterland ( USDA Children´s Nutrition
   Research Center, Houston, USA ) Sharon Ross (National Cancer
   Institute, Bethesda, USA ) John Mathers (University of Newcastle, UK)
   Karen A. Lillycrop (University of Southampton, UK) […] Obesity area :
   Jose Luis Santos (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Santiago,
   Chile) David Mutch (Cordelier Research Center, Paris, France) Anthony
   G Comuzzie (Southweast Foundation for biomedical Research, San
   Antonio, USA ) Ruth Loos (Institute of metabolic syndrome, Cambridge,
   UK) Edwin Mariman (Maastrich University, Maastrich, The Neederlands)
   […] The Congress is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of
   the latest research and translational developments in Nutrigenetics
   and Nutrigenomics. This rapidly moving field in personalized nutrition
   overlaps with all aspects of health and/or disease, including normal
   growth/development/maintenance, obesity, cardiovascular disease,
   diabetes, and cancer. It is also focused on fundamental
   interrelationships between food components and key cellular processes
   including inflammation, hormonal regulation, and cell
   division/differentiation. Indeed, nutrigenetics, nutrigenomics and
   epigenomics issues represent the future for both primary and secondary
   disease prevention and treatment.


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Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, November 18, 2010
08:00:00 Registration at Baluarte Conference Center
08:50:00 Welcome Alfredo Martínez, Raffaele De Caterina
08:55:00 Sesion 1: Challenges in Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics
09:00:00 An inflammation-related omic approach concerning weight management Alfredo Martínez
09:30:00 The vision of Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics Artemis P. Simopoulus
10:00:00 Nutrigenetics in the era of Genome-Wide Association Louis Perusse
10:30:00 Break
11:00:00 Transcriptomics and genomics to evidence gene-environment interactions Claude Bouchard
11:30:00 The reciprocal effects of nutrients on gene function, and of the genome on nutrients utilization Antonio Velázquez
12:00:00 Nutritional interventions in the genomic era Wim Saris
12:30:00 Metabolism and inflammation in human adipose tissue tackled by transcriptomics approaches Dominique Langin
13:00:00 Lunch - Poster sessions
13:55:00 Session 2: Personalized nutrition
14:00:00 A critical review of predefined diet quality scores Edith Feskens
14:30:00 Nutrient reference values: Is there a role in the era of personalized nutrition? Allison Yates
15:00:00 Nutrient and metabolomic status for a personalized intervention Michael Gibney
15:30:00 A metabolic view of dietary prevention in obesity asociated diseases Kaisa Poutanen
16:00:00 Personalized nutrition for the prevention of cardiovascular disease: a future perspective Julie A. Lovegrove
Friday, November 19, 2010
08:55:00 Session 3: Cardiovascular and Lipids
09:00:00 Omega-3 vs omega-6 fatty acids: Allies or enemies? Clinical and biological insights Raffaele De Caterina
09:30:00 Genetic variants associated to obesity and metabolic syndrome in children Angel Gil
10:00:00 Modulation of inflamatory cytokines by omega-3 fatty acids Jing X Kang
10:30:00 Break
10:55:00 Session 4: Epigenetics
11:00:00 Epigenomics: understanding how nutrition modulates the ageing process John Mathers
11:30:00 Epigenetic Mechanism in Obesity Robert A. Waterland
12:00:00 Interactions between diet and epigenetics: implications for cancer prevention Sharon Ross
12:30:00 The effect of early life nutrition on the epigenome and disease susceptibility Karen A. Lillycrop
13:00:00 Lunch - Poster sessions
13:55:00 Session 5: Obesity
14:00:00 An adipocite-driven mechanism underlying weight rebounding in human overweight subjects Edwin Mariman
14:30:00 Genomics of body weight regulation and human energy homeostasis Anthony G Comuzzie
15:00:00 Nutrigenomics for obesity prevention and treatment David Mutch
15:30:00 Genetic variation of the leptin-melanocortin system and childhood obesity and eating Jose Luis Santos
16:00:00 Genetics of common obesity-recent progress through genome-wide association studies and future challenges Ruth Loos
16:30:00 Break
16:55:00 Session 6: Diabetes
17:00:00 Influence of a supplementation with benzylamine or tyramine on glycaemic control and oxidative stress in obese and diabetic mice Christiane Carpené
17:30:00 Nutritional epigenomics of diabetes and metabolic syndrome Claudine Junien
18:00:00 Gene-diet interactions in the metabolic syndrome and risk factors Denis Lairon
18:30:00 Public health programs based on poblational omics studies Frank B. Hu
Saturday, November 20, 2010
08:55:00 Session 7: Inflammation
09:00:00 Hypoxia and the Inflammatory Response in Adipose Tissue in Obesity Paul Trayhurn
09:30:00 Cytokines in human adipose tissue: not only culprist but also physiological regulators Peter Arner
10:00:00 A nutrigenomic view of omega 3 fatty acids (EPA) and insulin resistance María Jesús Moreno
10:30:00 Break
10:55:00 Session 8: Cancer
11:00:00 Mechanism of hepatocarcinogenesis associated with the impairment of methionine metabolism Fernando Corrales
11:30:00 Emerging topics in nutrigenomics and cancer prevention John A. , Milner
12:00:00 Nuclear receptors directly link the entero-hepatic transcriptome to nutrients and hormones Antonio Moschetta
12:30:00 Diet mutagenesis, genes, cancer and atherosclerosis Lynnette R Ferguson
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